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  • Learning Aim C - Childcare
    • Supporting Development
      • It is important for adults to support children development by providing resources and oppounities
      • Lack of support can lead to delays in development
    • Physical Development - Fine and Gross motor
      • Well - ventilated and relaxing sleep area for children to sleep at regular intervals
      • Prevents spread of germs
      • Helps growth and cognitive development
      • IF NOT MET - more prone to illness
    • Meeting diet and nutritional needs
      • Nutritious/healthy food given out at correct times
      • Must follow policy and parent wishes eg vegetarian allergy ect
      • IF NOT MET - hunger makes children irritable, difficulty concentration, impaired growth, under or over weight.
    • Physical development - gross and fine motor
      • Fresh air
        • Providing opportunities to be outdoors
      • Exercise strengthens bones/muscles, simulates healthy appetite, helps sleep, prevents obesity, supports heart and lung development
      • Better co-ordination and gross motor skills
      • Providing opportunities to be outdoors
      • Vitamin D from sunshine makes healthy bones
      • IF NOT MET - Delayed development & rickets
  • Meeting diet and nutritional needs
    • Nutritious/healthy food given out at correct times
    • Must follow policy and parent wishes eg vegetarian allergy ect
    • IF NOT MET - hunger makes children irritable, difficulty concentration, impaired growth, under or over weight.
  • Physical development - gross and fine motor
    • Fresh air
      • Exercise strengthens bones/muscles, simulates healthy appetite, helps sleep, prevents obesity, supports heart and lung development
      • Better co-ordination and gross motor skills
      • Vitamin D from sunshine makes healthy bones
      • IF NOT MET - Delayed development & rickets

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